McCoy's plumbing is equipped to handle any kind of sewer or drain problems you are experiencing. These include sewer line repairs, replacing sewer lines, cleaning existing sewer lines. Correction of a host of problems could include:
- Blockage: Much like your arteries sewer piping can become clogged from the buildup of grease. This can restrict and inhibit proper flowing. Blockage could also include a foreign object. We have the equipment necessary to cure these problems.
- Leaking joints: Sometimes the seals between pipes can break which would allow water to escape into the area surrounding the pipe.
- Inferior or poor brands of pipe: Current pipes may be constructed of poor material that could have deteriorated or corroded.
- Pipe Bellied: A portion of the pipe has sunk down, caused by problematic ground or soil conditions, creating a large valley that collects garbage and paper.
- Corrosion: The pipe has weakened to the point of cracks or brokeness resulting in collapse of the line restricting flow.
- Broken,offset, or collapsed pipe: Pipe has been damaged from shifting soil, settling, or frozen tempatures.
This method of repair requires small holes drilled where the damaged pipe starts and finishes. A hydraulic machine pulls complete sized replacement piping through the old path, breaking up the damaged pipe at the same time, using your broken sewer line as a guide. The new piping is resistant to any leaks and intrusion of roots and has a longer life expectancy.
Trenchless Pipe Repair
Pipe Re-lining Process
By creating a pipe within a pipe McCoy's plumbing is able to repair damaged sewer pipes, and restore function and flow. By using epoxy the inside of a pipe can be lined to create an inner wall, smooth in texture. This can be performed through a structures clean-out point, and doesn't require digging. This method is useful in repairing pipes caused by roots, to seal cracks and holes, and to fill in missing pipe while sealing joint connections underground. Re-lining pipes is a seamless and durable method and all the materials used in conjunction are non-hazardous.
Call us immediately at (903) 592-6294